Think Pieces

Microbiomics: The Orang Asli Healthy Diet

  • Dr Rachel Thomas

Dr Rachel Thomas, lecturer at the School of Hospitality and Service Management presented her latest research on the Orang Asli’s cooking methods and food preparation.

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Amplifying Our Strengths Using Technology

  • Professor Mahendhiran Sanggaran Nair

Early last month, Chief Statistician Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin was quoted as saying that the labour market condition could face another challenging situation in upcoming months.

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Nuclear Physics and Perseverance: Detective Tales from Mars

  • Professor David Andrew Bradley

A key instrument on the Perseverance Rover is PIXL (Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry), a microfocus X-ray fluorescence instrument that can analyze the elemental chemistry.

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Education: An Equaliser

  • Professor Elizabeth Lee

While many education systems turned to alternative delivery modes, with online learning growing in popularity, it is estimated that remote learning remains out of reach for at least half a billion students across the globe.

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Malaya Before Merdeka: Mirrored in the Life of H.S. Lee

  • Ooi Kee Beng

Lee Hau-Shik was born in 1901—just a decade or two earlier than for those I mentioned above, but the world was quite a different place then. No world war was on the horizon.

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Climate and Environmental Governance: Building Cooler Cities for a Cooler Future

We have only 10 years left! The intergovernmental panel on climate change predicts this is the amount of time we have left to implement change before a global temperature rise of 1.5°C becomes irreversible.

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The Future is Physical

  • Prof Hew Gill

It's been a year since the Covid-19 outbreak first became a major international story and educational institutions, from kindergartens to universities, were forced to move their operations online. So what have we learnt and what changes will be permanent?

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Award-Winning Research from Sunway University Provides Access to Clean Water in Remote Areas

  • Katherine Kee

The IChemE Water category award recognizes the best project or process to demonstrate engineering excellence in water use, clean-up, and re-use, with particular emphasis on reducing environmental impact while preserving commercial viability.

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Computing Students Selected to MMSA 2020 Program

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Information Systems (Business Analytics) students, Chan Wei Chee, Chan Wei Wei & Ho Wen Lin, and Bachelor of Information Systems (Honours) in Mobile Computing with Entrepreneurship student, Lai Zemin Bryan were selected to participate in the Microsoft Malaysia St

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No Fees, No Teachers and No Classrooms: Sunway Launches 42KL, Malaysia’s First Such Coding School

42 is the first in the world to offer peer-to-peer learning and is completely merit-based. The only requirement is that students must be above 18 years old.

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